The China Deal 2010: The Definitive Conference on Inbound and Outbound China Transactions


Emerging Companies + Venture Capital, Mergers + Acquisitions, and Private Equity Investments + Buyouts

San Francisco, CA


Erin Banks
(415) 268-7025

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China’s role in the global economy has entered a new era. Sweeping changes in the world financial order have revealed the importance of business relationships between China and the United States. At the same time, China’s policymakers and regulators have scrambled to keep pace with a flood of inbound and outbound economic activity, creating an ever-challenging environment for cross-border investment. The China Deal 2010 provides a unique opportunity for business people, lawyers, and other professionals to understand the latest trends and intricacies in China-related M&A, venture capital, private equity, and similar business transactions. Panels and discussions featuring seasoned China deal makers and regulatory experts will offer insights into the major changes in the economic and regulatory landscape, and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. 


  • The role of foreign direct investment in China’s economic future
  • Inbound and outbound China M&A
  • Venture capital and private equity investment in China
  • China as a hotbed for clean-tech investment
  • Protecting intellectual property in China
  • The new GEM market in Shenzhen and other capital markets developments

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